Couldn't agree more (regrettably). Maybe they should take a few bucks off the top of that $100M and bring aboard someone a little more versed in the business and p.r. end of things. On a brighter note, they do seem to have one heckuva product.
Pera is too immature and reckless to be the CEO. His bootstrap philososphy has proven to be short-sighted and ill-conceived. His public company lost all credibility with Wall Street. On top of that, he now wants to play basketball owner and overpay for an NBA franchise.